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CRJ105
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CRJ105
:
Crime
and
Criminal
Course Guide
Prerequisites
Course Description
Instructional Materials
This
course
covers
the
historical
development
of
social
and
behavior
explanations
of
adult
crime,
as
well
as
juvenile
crime
and
new
evolutions
in
crime,
including
cybercrimes.
Crime
causation
theories
are
explained
in
relation
to
policies
developed
from
these
theories
and
the
real
and
intended
impact
of
these
policies
are
discussed
to
demonstrate
their
impact
on
society
concerning
crime
prevention
and
criminal
rehabilitation.
Required Resources
Frank
E.
Hagan.
2020.
Introduction
to
Theories,
Methods,
and
Criminal
Behavior
.
CRJ105
SAGE
Publications
10th
edition
textbook
available
at
https://www.strayerbookstore.com
Matthew
P.
J.
Ashby.
2018.
Comparing
Methods
for
Measuring
Crime
Harm/Severity
.
https://search-
ebscohost-com.libdatab.strayer.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=i3h&AN=133009684&site=ehost-
live&scope=site
Tasha
J.
Younsin.
2019.
Psychological
Distress,
Formal
Help-Seeking
Behavior,
and
the
Role
of
Victim
Services
Among
Violent
Crime
Victims
.
https://search-ebscohost-com.libdatab.strayer.edu
/login.aspx?direct=true&db=i3h&AN=134629896&site=ehost-live&scope=site
Ling.
Biological
explanations
https://search-ebscohost-
com.libdatab.strayer.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=i3h&AN=137164956&site=ehost-live&
scope=site
Stephen
Sloan.
March
2016.
Placing
Terrorism
in
an
Academic
and
Personal
Context:
A
Case
Study
2020
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Education,
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Reserved.
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Strayer
University
Confidential
and
Proprietary
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may
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distributed,
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otherwise
disclosed
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whole
or
in
part,
without
the
expressed
written
permission
of
Strayer
University.
2022
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